New study has found exercise to be the best way to prevent falls among elderly
More than just being more prone to falling, the elderly are highly susceptible to fall-related injuries as well. In fact, falls are regarded as the leading cause of injury...
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What to expect when you get your period while breastfeeding
Getting the hang of breastfeeding can be tough enough (Is my latch correct? How does this breast pump work? And why are my breasts so lopsided?!), then, a few months later...
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Delhi accident victims a windfall for Good Samaritans
Anyone in the Indian capital who takes a road accident victim to the nearest private hospital within the "golden hour"will now receive a cash bonus.
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Surgeon Admits to Burning Initials into Transplant Patients' Livers
A British surgeon has admitted assaulting two patients by burning his initials into their livers during transplant operations. Simon Bramhall pleaded guilty Wednesday to two...
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Intermittent atropine penalization improves vision in some children with amblyopia
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Becker's Honors BWH Among 58 Hospitals with Innovation Programs
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Medicare to Pay for Outpatient Knee Replacement Surgery
By Dena Bunis, AARP, December 12, 2017|Comments: 0. Medicare to Pay for Outpatient Knee Replacement Surgery. Getty Images. Medicare paid for more than 400,000 knee and hip...
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A gold-standard cancer treatment is in decline, and money may be why
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Daily Deal: One of The Best Electric Beard Trimmers Is 43% Off
Image by Braun It lets you easily pick whatever hair length you want A beard can totally change your look. On top of that, well-maintained facial hair will make any guy look...
Salma Hayek: ‘Harvey Weinstein Is My Monster Too'
Hayek adds her voice to the “me too” movement by telling her Weinstein story In a recent essay for the New York Times , Salma Hayek adds her name to the ever-growing list of...
Anti-smoking posters may make teens want to smoke more
Behavioral scientists at RAND Corporation who conducted the study said they believe it could be a defensive reaction from teens who don't want to be told what to do.
Labeling matters: New study shows "snack foods" contribute to overeating
Food labels might not seem like a big deal, but more often than not, their messages and keywords shape your eating habits. Professor Jane Ogden and researchers from the...
ADHD medication could cause birth defects
Children exposed to ADHD drugs like Ritalin in the first trimester are more likely to have heart deformities, according to a new study by the Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning
Speaking on This Morning from Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, Naomi Findlay told how she was desperate to cradle daughter Vanellope Hope for the first time.
New Therapeutic Approach May Stop Breast Cancer Metastasis And Recurrence
FDA approved drugs can stop the spread of breast cancer and prevent cancer recurrence by targeting stem-like tumor cells that play key role in metastasis.
The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest
In anticipation of the New Year, Pinterest have put together a list of the top wellness trends for 2018 - and there's plenty to enjoy.
Centralized Chronic Disease Management Improves Patient Outcomes
Population health management programs that have centralized support can improve outcomes for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease or hypertension.
Natural Cell Death - Risk for Diabetes and Heart Diseases
High plasma levels of circulating markers of apoptotic cell death are associated with increased risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.